Stickers for All Occasions

This is not a sponsored review. I got to know Chin Woon from MyNameSticker since two years ago when I was searching for cartoon name stickers for Little Edison. That was in Dec 2009, a month before our boy started his first year in Pre-Nursery. I was looking for name stickers for his water bottle, bag, stationery etc. I don’t intend to buy those extra durable but expensive stickers because…

Product Review: Kanten Clay Studio

Two weeks ago, I received an e-mail from Sophie asking whether I’d like to test out their new product called Kanten Clay Studio. Well, I’ve always been a fan of clay modeling. It’s an excellent way to develop fine motor skills in young children. It also encourages imagination and creativity besides increasing their attention span. So I said YES, and they sent over two jars of Kanten Clay for me…

Product Review: Little Blue Lamb Children Shoes

Babies are easy during the first few months of their lives – I mean when it comes to the shoe department. Since they don’t walk until they’re almost one, they don’t need shoes to support their tiny feet. Socks are good enough to keep their feet warm and snug. Once they decide it’s time for them to become mobile, we have to make a trip to the shoe store. While…

Introducing: RE-ON

We all fancy Japanese products because of their good quality. They are genuine, practical and creative too! However, it’s not easy to find imported Japanese products in Singapore except for Daiso and Meidi-ya. Recently, I was invited to review RE-ON online store that specialises in imported Japanese products from infant formula, diapers, children toys, stationery and educational materials to daily household products. RE-ON also carries Japanese brands like Meiji, Snow…

Product Review: b.liv Skincare

I’ve been using b.liv products for about one month now. This brand was recommended to me by my dear sister. I must admit that I’m very impressed with them. Here’s my review…

Pediped Shoes

Finding a pair of shoes for boy in pre-school is relatively easy, but finding a pair that is pure white that he will like as much as you do is a little more challenging.

Classifying Puzzle from Scholastic

Most parents will agree that jigsaw puzzle is truly an educational toy for toddlers and preschoolers. It has been around for a long time and its superiority lies in the fact that it offers a range of educational values for a minimum cost.

Review: Vitacreme B12

Vitacreme B12 has been raved in various Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese magazines as the secret to young and beautiful skin. Here’s my review.